Dijon Sirloin Tips
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 1 hour
I have been making this dish for close to 20 years, since I first came across it in Taste of Home Magazine. As a stay-at-home mom with two young children and not a lot of money, this was actually one of our “Sunday and company’s coming” dinners. I asked the butcher one time how much sirloin cost and he asked me what I was making. When I told him this recipe, he suggested using stew meat as a cheaper replacement. It worked wonderfully and was so tasty. As the years went on and my best friend raised her own beef cattle, we had plenty of beef to choose from and either sirloin or stew meat worked equally well. Although my husband is not a fan of Dijon (or any kind of) mustard, he loves this dish, as do my adult children! Still making it after all these years, the only substitution I have ever used is canned mushrooms, so I throw the garlic in with the sautéing meat. This original, simple recipe does require any tweaking.
Great sauce and easy recipe! One problem is the meat was in the oven too long and on the dry side. Either larger cubes of beef or less oven time.
The vinegar was pretty strong, so I cut it with 2T onion powder, 1T butter and 1T sugar.
Very good. Will make it again but with double the sauce.
Excellent taste! We did think it needed twice the sauce though. The only other change I needed to make was that I didn't end up with any drippings when I was done sauteeing the mushrooms, which then meant I didn't have any juices left to add to the sauce when taking it out of the oven either. If that happens next time, I'll add a little broth before putting it in the oven.
Doubled the sauce! Love this recipe quick and easy!!!
There are some slight differences between this version and the one originally printed in the magazine...fyi. That said, it is very good. We don't care for mushrooms so i leave them out. Doubling the sauce amounts is a good idea. Will do that next time.
Great improvement on beef stroganoff. I doubled the sauce ingregients, added 1/4 cup dry sherry, and cut the cooking time to 1 hour and it came out great. I like this better than regular stroganoff-type recipes.
This recipe is delicious! Easy to make and elegant enough to serve to special guests. The meat is always tender and flavorful! Thank you Janelle for a great recipe!
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